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INSECTS TACHINID^E TACHININJE Meigenia floralis, Mg. (R. C. B.) Ceromasia senilis, Mg., probably generally common, Moseley (R. C. B.) Gymnochaeta viridis, Fall., rare, Button Exorista vetula, Mg., rare, Sutton (R. C. B.) Blepharidea vulgaris, Fall., common as usual Phorocera serriventris, Rond.( = concinnata, Mg.),rare(R.C.B.); cilipeda, Rond. (R. C. B.) Chastolyga quadripustulata, F., Sutton (R. C. B.) Tachina erucarum, Rond. (R. C. B.) Tricholyga major, Rond. This species, which has not been previously re- corded from Britain, has been bred from larvae of Saturnia pavonia, L., which were obtained in Sutton Park Brachychaeta (Desvoidia) spinigera, Rond. (fusca, Meade). One specimen from Marston Green (C. J. W.) Aporomyia dubia, Fall., common in Sut- ton Park Melanota volvulus, F., Sutton, Moseley (R. C. B.) Pelatachina tibialis, Fall., Whitcburcb (J. H. Bloom) Thelaira leucozona, Panz. (R. C. B.) Olivieria lateralis, F. Erigone radicum, F. ; truncata, Zett. (ap- pendiculata, Mcq.), Sutton (C. J. W.), Moseley (R. C. B.) ; rudis, Fall. Echinomyia grossa, L., very rare (R. C. B.) ; fera, L., common Servillia ursina, Mg., not common ; on sallows in spring Plagia ruralis, Fall. (R. C. B.) THRYPTOCERIN.S Siphona cristata, F. ; geniculata, Mg. Roeselia antiqua, Fall. (R. C. B.) Craspedothrix vivipara, B. & B. This species, not previously known as British, I recognized amongst some insects taken at Moseley by Mr. R. C. Bradley ; one specimen only TRIXINJE Trixa cestroidea, Rob. (R. C. B.) SARCOPHAGIN.S: Cynomyia mortuorum, L., very rare (R. C. B.) ; alpina, Zett. (R. C. B.) Metopia leucocephala, Rossi. Sphixapata conica, Rond., not uncommon, Moseley, round burrows of Oxybelus uniglumis, L. (R. C. B.) DEXINJE Macronychia agrestis, Fall., one, Sutton (R. C. B.) ANTHOMYID^E M.YDMINX Polietes lardaria, F., common as usual ; albolineata, Fall., Sutton Hyetodesia incana, W. ; lucorum, Fall., Sutton (R. C. B.), Coleshill(C. J.W.) ; marmorata, Zett. ; serva, Mg. ; ob- scurata, Mg. (C. J. W.) ; errans, Mg. (R. C. B.) ; erratica, Fall. (R. C. B.) ; vagans, Fall., this is an addition to the British list and is common in Blackroot Bog ; basalis, Zett. (R. C. B.) ; rufipalpis, Macq. (R. C. B.) ; scutellaris, Fall. ; populi, Mg. ; pal- lida, F. Allaeostylus simplex, W. (R. C. B.) ; sude- ticus, Schnbl. (R. C. B.) ; flaveola, Fin. (R. C. B.) Mydaea vespertina, Fall., common in Black- root Bog ; urbana, Mg. (R. C. B.) ; pagana, F. (R. C. B.) ; impuncta, Fall. Spilogaster maculosa, Mg. ; duplaris, Zett. : communis, Desv. ; quad rum, F. ; tetra- stigma, Mg. ; pertusa, Mg., all Sutton (R. C. B.) ; uliginosa, Fall., Birming- <w!(R.C.B.);trigonalis,Mg.(R.C.B.) Limnophora compuncta, W. ; litorea, Fall, (both R. C. B.) Hydrotaea ciliata, F. ; irritans, Fall. ; denti- pes, F., very common Ophyra leucostoma, W. (R. C. B.) Drymia hamata, Fall. (R. C. B.) Pogonomyia alpicola, Rond. (R. C. B.) Trichopticus cunctans, Mg. (R. C. B.) ; hirsutulus, Zett. (C. J. W.) ANTHOMYIN^E Hydrophoria conica, W. (R. C. B.) ; socia, Fall. (R. C. B.) Hylemyia variata, Fall. (R. C. B.) ; lasciva, Zett. (R. C. B.) ; nigrescens, Rond. (R. C. B.) ; flavipennis, Fall.(R. C. B.); seticrura, Rond. (R. C. B.) ; strigosa, F., common ; praepotens, Mg. (R. C. B.) ; nigrimana, Mg. (R. C. B.) ; coarctata, Fall. (R. C. B.) Mycophaga fungorum, Deg. (R. C. B.) Anthomyia pluvialis, L., common ; sulci- ventris, Zett., common (C. J. W.) Chortophila albescens, Zett. (R. C. B.) ; sylvestris, Fall. (R. C. B.) Phorbia floccosa, Macq. (R. C. B.) ; trans- versalis, Zett. (R. C. B.) ; muscaria, Mg., very common on sallow bloom in spring ; ignota, Rond. ; seneciella, Meade, one (C. J. W.) ; cepetorum, Meade, one (C. J. W.) Pegomyia hoemorrhoum, Zett. (R. C. B.) ; transversa, Fall. (R. C. B.) ; bicolor, W. (R. C. B.) ; latitarsis, Zett. (R. C. B.) ; nigritarsis, Zett. (R. C. B.) 163